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re: I'm really angry at a turkey and this doesn't help - CroTigerXIII
When she turned away from him I would have grabbed her tail and said BOO! That turkey would have flown like a teal after that. ...
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re: AR15 Lowers - local Retailers - CroTigerXIII
Thanks Chat. Damone, I'd rather support our local folks if the quality is comparable. I don't mind paying a bit more to do so. ...
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re: AR15 Lowers - local Retailers - CroTigerXIII
Any experience with those Sulzer lowers? ...
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re: AR15 Lowers - local Retailers - CroTigerXIII
Thanks. Might make that extra drive for an Aero lower and give those local guys my business vs an online retailer. I'll check with Bowies as well. ...
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AR15 Lowers - local Retailers - CroTigerXIII
Any retailers in BR or Lafayette areas stock lowers. Looking for an M4 lower to pair with my 300blk upper. ...
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re: Backyard bucks - CroTigerXIII
And on the fifth day God created bows for this reason...
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It Warranty Help Response Request Needed - CroTigerXIII
So I bought 2 sous vide units last spring which I use quite often. One crapped out 9 months into the warranty period. I wrote the company and this is the what I get in response. The units were purchased from newegg.com. Let's go to work OT.....what's my response. [img]http://i139.photobucket....
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re: Soybeans thru a spin feeder, thoughts... - CroTigerXIII
We get a load dumped in the truck each year while we cutting the farm. Most of them will go in gravity feeders but the ones we do put in spin feeders we must clean. Make sure to get out any whole pods and you should be okay. Feliciana, same here. North MS piney wood deer don't mess with corn but ...
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re: Thinking about buying a thermal scope - CroTigerXIII
Unless you are stationary hunting a single food plot, feeder, field, etc I highly recommend getting yourself a handheld thermal scanner. Holding a rifle up while walking and scanning the woods gets pretty tiring. [link=(http://www.flir.com/hunting-outdoor/scoutii/)]my scanner[/link] We use...
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re: If I was alone and started breaking windows and assualting people in Berkley - CroTigerXIII
I was going to go try it but the only disguise I have are a set of whiskers. Good thing they included that in their description. ...
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re: Hunting at No Colors' farm - CroTigerXIII
NC, great job. I got on you hard in your OP but seeing those smiling kids makes it all worth while. Job well done sir! :cheers: :tipscap...
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re: IST - 1/25 *Wet arse addition* - CroTigerXIII
Jackson La 444 Marlin Hunted all day. Saw a young buck running a young doe at 830. Momma was with them and blowing the entire time. :lol: At 1030 another young buck came running through trying to find that little hot doe. Big boy never showed up. Tomorrow should be great for hunting...
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re: First Buck! - CroTigerXIII
Awesome! My first deer ever was from the ground while sitting on a bucket I found in the woods while walking to the tree I planned on hunting near. Congrats again on a fantastic buck!...
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re: First Buck! - CroTigerXIII
[quote]Nice buck. Where did you kill him at?[/quote] In the neck duh :lol: Nice buck OP! :cheers:...
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re: Boss buck protein feeder: any experience with em? - CroTigerXIII
We use them and they work great. Deer took about 6 months to figure then out. Usually keep them filled with a mix of soybeans and protein pellets. No coon problems. When we do want to feed corn we keep the top of the feeder sections lathered in Vaseline and it keeps the coons from getting o...
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re: OB Doe Shooting Weekend - CroTigerXIII
I apologize. I re-read your post and can see your context better now after your reply. What you are offering is generous and I hope you meet your goal and the guys that can make it are successful. :cheers:...
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re: OB Doe Shooting Weekend - CroTigerXIII
While a generous offer and I'm sure it'll be a great time for those that take you up in the offer, I don't think this thread is in line with the interests of this board, i.e. advertising for profit. Most of us, with excess resources, would gladly host a fellow OBer for free or at most cost of e...
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re: Auxiliary fuel tank or OEM replacement? - CroTigerXIII
On the farm trucks we always used the aux tanks in the bed that are so common. I don't have any experience with the under carriage aux tanks but would hate to sacrifice bed space that could be used for toolbox or other gear. Hope you can find some decent reviews. Congrats on new truck balla...
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